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Trevor Sorbie Frizz Free Conditioner

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      19.04.2013 08:07
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      Trevor sorbie frizz free conditioner

      We seem to have all sorts of hair care lotions and potions and I keep on buying. This is one I bought, along with the "matching" shampoo when we went on holiday in the hope that the frizz free factor would help in the balmy evenings.
      THE PROMISES...
      This apparently adds moisture to dry, damaged hair - leaving it nourished, soft and shiny, as well as hydrating and smoothing hair to reduce frizz. On this basis alone this sounds like my ideal product. There is however, more, ad it also has shine enhancing colour preserve and heat protection technology which I assume will help when I get the straighteners onto my hair!

      PRODUCT AND PACKAGING...

      The conditioner comes in a large 250ml plastic bottle which is a pale blue colour and which, with its slightly assymetrical shape, I do find quite appealing. All of the information and instructions are on the back of the bottle but in reality it doesn't differ from other coditioners.

      To dispense the conditioner, I have to lift up the flip up/flip down to close lid and with a squeeze of the bottle, it comes nice and easily out of the hole. It is white in colour and a nice consistency, rather like a cream but not heavy feeling. What surprised me was the fact that it has very little scent. If there is a slight smell, it is a little bit floral but really nothing worth mentioning and so I don't think this will leave my hair with any scent on it.

      USING THE CONDITIONER...

      Hair should be washed and rinsed and then the conditioner applied to hair from roots to tips and massaged in gently. It should then be left for two minutes and rinsed out.

      I find that a 2p piece size of the product is sufficient for my shoulder length hair although for her long and very thick hair, Little Miss requires more than twice this amount. Two minutes is for me a difficult length of time- too short to wrap a towel round hair and too long to hang my head over the bath and wait so we have found the best method is to put a bath hat over our hair to let the product work.

      it does take quite a bit of rinsing to make sure that all of the conditioner is out but it is important to get it all out, because like all hair products if any of the product is left in the hair it looks greasy.

      PRICE AND AVAILABILITY...

      The conditioner costs £5.10 for 250ml of the stuff and is available from most chemists and supermarkets. I bought mine from boots where products like this are often on special offer.

      VERDICT...

      This does make my hair feel soft and smooth and is nice and lightweight so my hair doesn't feel weighed down after use. As for the frizz free, my hair does still frizz slightly when its damp but this is more my hair than this conditioner.

      Nice and easy to use and suitable for all the family, it's not one I would rush out to buy again but I didn't regret making the purchase in the first place.

      Thanks for reading

      Daniela xx

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